Texas Department of Motor Vehicles is now presenting a redesigned Childhood Cancer Awareness for comment.
TxDMV seeks your input on proposed specialty license plate designs. Here you can review and share feedback on the new designs.
The current eView is open until 5 p.m. (CST), Thursday, December 10, 2015.
The TxDMV approves and oversees the manufacturing of personalized and specialty license plates. We review the designs submitted by the specialty plate marketing vendor and/or non-profit organizations, making sure the plates meet safety legibility requirements.
Some plates are available directly from the TxDMV while others are offered by My Plates, the state’s specialty plate marketing vendor. TxDMV provides the system to collect and distribute the proceeds and register the plates to vehicles.
From the $30 specialty plate fee, $22 would go to the Texas General Land Office for grants for the Snowdrop Foundation to provide scholarships for pediatric cancer patients and survivors. The Snowdrop Foundation also intends to raise awareness as well as research cures for childhood cancer.